[c-nsp] Learning Resources...

Ed Leatherman ealeatherman at gmail.com
Thu Sep 6 08:13:45 EDT 2007

Hello Justin,

I just picked up an O'Reilly book recently called "Network Warrior" by Gary
A. Donahue, so far it's been very interesting. Covers a broad range of
useful topics.. routing, switching, design, qos, etc. Seems primarily from a
campus/enterprise perspective. Not enough on one thing to make you any kind
of expert, but plenty to get you started. ISBN: 0596101511

Subtitle is "everything you need to know that wasn't on the CCNA Exam"


On 9/5/07, Justin Scott <jscott at gravityfree.com> wrote:
> Good afternoon, sorry if this is off-topic.  I've been a network/systems
> administrator for small networks for several years, so small that they
> generally only have one router out to the public Internet and that's
> about as advanced as I've dealt with.  I'm trying to learn more about
> higher-level networking (not systems admin) for larger organizations and
> am looking for any educational resources you all might recommend.
> Anything from general networking theory and practices down to selecting
> specific equipment for specific situations would be useful as I try to
> wrap my head around everything.  Thanks in advance.
> -Justin Scott

Ed Leatherman
Senior Voice Engineer
West Virginia University
Telecommunications and Network Operations

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